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"Get Shorty" (Epix): Epix renewed the series loosely inspired by the book and movie for a 10-episode second season, coming in 2018.

"Transparent" (Amazon): Before Season 4 begins streaming (on Sept.

"Quantico" (ABC): Priyanka Chopra has an international fan base, so on one hand, it makes sense that the espionage show is returning for a third season. "Code Black" (CBS): Another bubble show gets to live another day. "New Girl" (Fox): The comedy is renewed fo a seventh and final season. D" (ABC): The agents will be back on the case in Season 5.

"Elementary" (CBS): The contemporary spin on Sherlock Holmes is off the bubble, as CBS renewed it for a sixth season. "Designated Survivor" (ABC): Kiefer Sutherland's POTUS will survive for Season 2.

Some shows had reason to celebrate, like "Great News," the comedy co-created by Tina Fey that got a quick Season 2 order from NBC.

Then there's the case of "Timeless," the appealing time-travel adventure that NBC first canceled, and then decided to renew.

"Silicon Valley" (HBO): HBO also renewed the comedy satirizing the start-up world, but series regular T. "Trial & Error" (NBC): The NBC comedy parody of true-crime series will come back for a second season.

"Lip Sync Battle" (Spike): More celebs will do their thing in Season 4. ratings aren't great, which explains why ABC has only given the OK for a shorter 13-episode season.

"Dear White People" (Netflix): The smart freshman comedy about students of color at an Ivy League university has been renewed by Netflix for Season 2.

"World of Dance" (NBC): Jennifer Lopez's summer dance competition series has been renewed.

"Queen Sugar" (OWN): The family drama will return for Season 3.